Tag Archives: shotguns

Game Changer

Looking at the differences in big game hunting and wingshooting and discussing them on a quail hunt recently at the 74 Ranch, something came out in the discussion that intrigued me to say the least.  The equipment has certainly evolved in the past 5 to 10 years in archery, long-range rifle and even pistols in the big game part of the arena.  I was privileged to know and photograph the late, great archer Fred Bear who shot a recurve bow with great accuracy, but today we have compound bows with sights that are much more accurate than even Fred was in his day!  Continue reading Game Changer


Rizzini BR110 Sporter Is the Ultimate Upland Game Shotgun in Its Price Range

In 2017, the Rizzini BR110 was introduced in its line-up of premium Italian shotguns.  The accolades and performance awards quickly followed, including Best of the Best 2017-Field & Steam. Rizzini has now introduced a sporting version to the award-winning BR110 label.  The BR110 Sporter features: Matte grey streamlined steel frame and barrel, Turkish walnut stock (26 LPI checkering), extended forcing cones, XL bore, extended chokes and tapered rib.  Don’t be fooled by the budget conscience price tag.  The BR110 Sporter in 12, 20, 28 and .410 is poised not only to shoot, but to dominate on the range. MSRP: $2,399

For more information, visit Rizzini USA   www.rizziniusa.com.

A Revelation In Name And Practice

Tony Galazan has been a fixture at the Safari Club convention as far back as I can remember.  Over the past 25 years, he and his company, Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing (CSMC), have grown steadily in importance to the shooting industry. Continue reading A Revelation In Name And Practice

The Krieghoff K-20 Parcours

Take the K-20 Parcours into the field and with you come the five generations of fine gunmaking. Designed for the wingshooter, the K-20 Parcours features a tailored 20 gauge frame, soldered lightweight barrels, and a sleek oil finished stock.  Continue reading The Krieghoff K-20 Parcours